Mobile data subscription has been the main impetus for a 68 percent growth in Kenyan internet users from 3.2 to 5.4 million over a one year period. Kenya now has an estimated 14.3 million Internet users, according to the Communications Commission of
(Ken Macharia) Sweden has formally recognized a ‘religion’ whose core belief is the right to file-share. The church of Kopimism maintains that all information sharing is “holy” and that the value of information multiplies when it’s shared.
I have already got the new twitter interface after the redesign, and as always you will expect mixed reactions to every change from users, as happens to every product. I was surprised that twitter didnt bother to ask whether we like the new one and giving
India has emerged as the world's top source of junk mail as spammers make use of lax laws and absent enforcement to turn the country into a centre of unsolicited email. A recent report by Kaspersky Lab, a Moscow-based global Internet security firm, says
(Ken Macharia) 2011 saw two major tech companies solidify their market positions, especially in the smart phone and tablet fields. Samsung and Apple’s stiff competition went as far as court cases in a bid to give either an upper hand in several markets.
With 3D televisions poised to take a major market share in the home theatre experience, Toshiba has raised the bar even further with a no-glasses 3D TV just in time for 2012. Say goodbye to those not-so-fashionable 3D glasses that easily break and add
Online singing sensation Rebecca Black topped a 2011 most-viewed YouTube videos list that included spoofs starring pets, talking babies and pop music star Michael Bolton. The collection of the year's most popular YouTube snippets was based on an analysis
(Ken Macharia) Life’s Good has unveiled their latest designer phone by PRADA (LG 3.0) combining form and function. In a partnership that is increasingly becoming trendy, LG and PRADA have released a slick smart phone running on the Android platform.
(Ken Macharia) Hip-hop group, P Unit, will be endorsing HP products this Christmas season as part of HP and Microsoft’s customer awareness campaign dubbed “Get your Beat ON”. The campaign will be rewarding customer’s loyalty by giving buyers
Saudi billionaire Prince Walid bin Talal and his Kingdom Holding Company announced a combined investment of $300 million in the social networking site Twitter, in a statement Monday. "Our investment in Twitter reaffirms our ability in identifying suitable